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The APS celebrated its 100th anniversary with both style and substance last month in Atlanta, Georgia, drawing nearly 10,000 scientists from all over the world to make it the largest physics meeting of all time.
Subsequent issues of APS News, beginning with May and continuing through December, will feature detailed coverage of technical and nontechnical highlights, plenary lectures, special events, and much, much more. A selected sampling of future content is outlined below.
Short features highlighting latest research results in atomic, molecular and optical physics, lasers, materials physics, astrophysics, biological physics, plasma physics and many more.
Regular features in each issue will include monthly columns featuring APS units, as well as the first 100 years of APS history, culled from the popular Centennial exhibit. There will also be monthly profiles spotlighting many of the artists and performers featured at the Physics Festival, such as:
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